ID#: 11243
This 1981 photograph depicted a number of Coplin jars ready for what would be a Wheatley trichrome staining procedure. From left to right, these Coplin jar staining containers were arranged in a row make, staining 1" × 3" slides, a systematic, and simple process, when moving from one solution to the next. From left to right, the first jar contained a fixative solution, followed by an iodine-alcohol solution, next a bottle jar of 70% alcohol solution #1, and a jar of 70% alcohol solution #2, a bottle of trichrome stain solution, a jar of acid-alcohol solution, a jar of 95% alcohol solution #1, a jar of 95% alcohol solution #2, a jar of carbol-xylene solution, a jar of xylene solution, a container of mounting medium, and two stacked boxes containing glass microscope slides, and cover slips.
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Content Provider(s): CDC/ Dr. Mae Melvin
Creation Date: 1981
Photo Credit:
CDC Organization
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Copyright Restrictions: None - This image is in the public domain and thus free of any copyright restrictions.